Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this legal drama features occasional moments of violence, with brief glimpses of gore. The show's plotting is very dense and swift, with a focus on criminals and their legal issues. Occasional language includes "hell" and "ass." The lead character's focus on doing good and helping others in spite of constant threats to his life and morality provides an worthwhile role model for mature viewers.
Occasional sexual banter or innuendo; very brief sex scenes with no sensitive body parts shown.
Although it's relatively inexplicit, there's plenty of violence on the show, with frequent use and appearance of weapons. A few of the violent acts get bloody; for example, a man's jump off a hotel balcony is followed by a close-up of his corpse.
Occasional use of language like "damn," "hell," and "ass."
There are some areas of grey, where characters must behave immorally to protect their lives and families, but for the most part, there's a clear distinction between good and evil.
Drugs / Tobacco /
One main character smokes frequently, though her friends urge her not to. As part of the show's occasional view of the criminal underworld, characters are depicted smoking and drinking.